Among reports recently released by the Conway Police Department:

 

1. Residential burglary at 1800 block of Hogan Lane. Victim reported that sometime between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. Aug. 20 someone vandalized her residence. The victim believes her ex-boyfriend may be a suspect. The victim said she returned to her residence to find the living room wall covered in laundry detergent, a torn magazine on the floor, a hole in the bedroom door, a broken night stand and ranch dressing and hot sauce thrown throughout the bedroom, bed and bedroom closet. The suspect also ate the victim’s food. The victim stated that the door was locked when she left the residence.

2. Theft of property at 90 block of Lower Ridge Road. Victim reported Wednesday that she returned to her residence and found a black lawnmower bag in her driveway. The victim believed it belonged to her Cub Cadet mower, but when she attempted to return the bag, she realized her mower was missing and had been replaced with a Craftsman push mower.

3. Shoplifting at 855 Amity Road (AT&T). The store manager reported Wednesday that a white female entered the store and stole one of the display phones. The manager stated that the suspect then drove off in a white Dodge truck. 

4. Residential burglary at 1400 block of Arden Lane. Victim reported that sometime between 9 a.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. Tuesday someone entered his residence and stole several items. The victim stated that the door lock is faulty and easy to open. There were no signs of forced entry. Stolen from the residence were a Sony PlayStation 3 and controllers, several PlayStation 3 games and a jar of change.

5. Theft of property at 1400 block of E. Oak Street. Victim reported Thursday that his checkbook had been stolen. The victim stated that he had a mechanic look at his vehicle and take it for a test drive. The victim does not know if the mechanic took the checkbook, but believes that is the only opportunity that someone would have had to take it. The victim stated that the checkbook was laying on the console when he saw it last.

(Those with information pertaining to these reports or any unsolved crime are urged to contact CPD’s tip line at 450-6135. Staff writer Stephanie Fischer can be reached at 505-1238.)